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Last minute tips for interviews

You have gotten shortlisted!! The next round is the interview and prepared all for it but still wondering if you missed anything? Don't worry, we got you. Illustre has brought you the the last minutes tips to check off before you present yourself to the interviewer.

  1. Dress professionally: Dressing professionally shows that you take the interview seriously and are prepared. Dress in appropriate attire for the job you're applying for, and make sure your clothes are clean and ironed.

  2. Arrive on time: Arrive at the interview location at least 10-15 minutes early. This shows that you're punctual and reliable, and gives you time to settle in and prepare mentally.

  3. Bring a copy of your resume: Bring a copy of your resume to the interview, along with any other relevant documents or work samples.

  4. Be confident and positive: Show confidence and positivity throughout the interview, even if you're nervous. Maintain eye contact, smile, and use positive body language to convey your enthusiasm for the job.

  5. Ask thoughtful questions: Prepare a list of thoughtful questions to ask the interviewer about the company, the role, and the work culture. This shows that you're engaged and interested in the job.

  6. Follow up after the interview: After the interview, send a thank-you note to the interviewer to express your gratitude for the opportunity and reiterate your interest in the job. This can help you stand out from other candidates and show your professionalism.

  7. Research the company: Before the interview, make sure to research the company thoroughly. Look for information about its history, products/services, mission statement, recent news, and any current or upcoming projects.

  8. Prepare for common questions: It's a good idea to prepare for common interview questions, such as "Tell me about yourself," "Why do you want to work for this company?" and "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" Practice your responses beforehand, but be sure to answer questions honestly and thoughtfully.

Above all, remember that interviews are only one steps in your journey that leads you to get the position. You don't have to take it too seriously. Play it cool and be natural, since being natural brings confidence.

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